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Cluster analysis is the increasingly important and practical subject of finding groupings in data. The authors set out to write a book for the user who does not necessarily have an extensive background in mathematics. They succeed very well. Finding Groups in Data a clear, readable, and interesting presentation of a small number of clustering methods. In addition, the book introduced some interesting innovations of applied value to clustering literature. This is a very good, easy-to-read, and practical book. It has many nice features and is highly recommended for students and practitioners in various fields of study. An introduction to the practical application of cluster analysis, this text presents a selection of methods that together can deal with most applications. These methods are chosen for their robustness, consistency, and general applicability.
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Cost - volume - profit analysis and banks’ performance A case study of public sector banks Dr. Rajendra Pandey Sanjiban Bandyopadhyaya. In this paper an attempt has been made by way of break even analysis, to ascertain how margin of safety of banks can be improved.
A cost-benefit analysis is a process businesses or analysts use to analyze decisions to evaluate all the potential costs and revenues. The Cost-Benefit Analysis Process. The first step in the process is to compile a comprehensive list of all the costs and benefits associated with the project or decision. Costs should include direct and indirect costs, intangible costs, opportunity costs, and the cost of potential risks. Benefits should include all direct and indirect revenues and intangible benefits, such as increased production from improved employee safety and morale, or increased sales from customer goodwill
Management control system in banks. Zoltán Zéman1, Roland Gacsi1, János Lukács2, László Hajós1. Banking and nancial sector controlling is a dynamically growing area of the controlling methods used in organizations. The dierence between bank controlling and the standard controlling methodology is dened by the specic tasks and products, banking transactions (.
Benefit-Cost Analysis offers the perfect introduction to benefit-cost analysis. The book closely integrates the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis using a spreadsheet framework. The spreadsheet model is constructed in a truly original way which contributes to transparency, provides a check on the accuracy of the analysis, and facilitates sensitivity, risk and alternative scenario assessment. opportunities and flood control but we will assume these away for the purposes of the example). The cost of the project is measured as an opportunity cost – the value of the goods and services which would have. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis and Policy Choices: Investing in Health Systems By Murray, C. J. L. Kreuser, J. Whang, W. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Vol. 72, No. 4, July-August 1994.
These complex relationships involving control are examined in the context of Lazarus's cognitive theory of stress and coping. The first part of the article elaborates this theory and shows how two forms of control, generalized beliefs about control and situational appraisals of control, fit into the overall model.